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04-03-14 Updated Version) (Added more photos of the Article on the Schofield-Hoyt House - Realestate Sale) (Added The Thomas Miner Account link on Simon Hoyt Family) (Added The Hoyt Family Gathering Photo taken on June 20, 1866, located 3/4's down page) (Added Map links ro Watertown, MA (one of Simon Hoyt/e families settled and original descendants) (Added D.F.A.W. Memorial Stone photo with Simon Hoyte listed on it)

SIMON HOYT/E PAGE

(Note: The Thomas Hyatt & John Hoyt/Haight & Heyde & Hite Lines are not Listed here, as they are totally seperate Family Names & Lines, wholly unto themselves, by Lineage & by y-DNA differences, exceptions would be documented adoptions.)

http://www.packrat-pro.com/ships/abigail.htm
Haight, John Abigail 1635 (Fisrt mention of a John Hoyt)
Haight, John, from Dorsetshire, bound for Salem 1629. Ref: Hist Rec of Putman Co., NY pg 452. 36 page 37.

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Windsor CT Founders Memorial - Simon Hoyt is listed on the middle panel
Thanks to Miner Descent link: http://minerdescent.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/simon-hoyt/

 

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HIGGINSON FLEET

SIMON HOYTE

SHIP LYONS WHELP

 

U.S. Internet Genealogical Society

The Winthrope Fleet of 1630 - Book online

Ship Lyon of 1629

The Lyon left the Bristol, Thames, Gravesend, England April 5, 1629 along with five other ships, George Bonaventure, Four Sisters,

Lyon's Whelp, the Mayflower and the Talbot, arriving in Salem late May or June 1629.

SIMON HOYTE
Born
Died 1 Sep 1657
English Origin West Hatch, Somerset
Came to New England 1629
With the Higginson-Skelton fleet
Resided in Charlestown, Dorchester || CT 1639
Freeman of MBC May 1631
Occupation
First Spouse unk (d c1625)
Children Walter, Nicholas, Alexander, John
Second Spouse Susannah _____ (c1608 - a1674)
Children Mary, Moses, Joshua, Miriam, Samuel, Benjamin, Sarah
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New EARLIEST HAYTE, HOYT/E RECORDS FOUND THUS FAR, AS OF OCTOBER 2008

Earliest Records & Sources: (.htm) , (.pdf) , (.rtf)

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"The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see."
--- Sir Winston Churchill, 1874-1965

American Flag Waving Gif  


OUR ENGLAND PATRIARCH - JOHN HOYT b. probably between 1380-1390, England, Wales, Ireland.

d. after 1420, Curry Rivel, Somersetshire, England, as Occupation - Baker

down 7 generations to our

AMERICAN PATRIARCH & IMMIGRANT - SIMON HOYT/E

b. 20 Jan 1590, West Hatch, Somerset Co., England, Occupation - Tenet Owner West Hatch, UK,
Emigrant Settler/Farmer-Charlestown, Dorchester, Scituate (Goodman Hoyt), Windsor, Stamford

d. 01 Sep 1657 Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT America (* No Burial spot as been found)

m. 1st Jane Stoodley, 1617 at Marshwood, Dorset Co., England *

m. 2nd Susannah ?Smith? abt. 1632 prob Scituate, Plymouth Colony, MA

View My Family Tree Chart for further data
Jane Stoodley m. Simon Hoyt/e Connection to the Hawkchurch, Dorset, UK

Please read bottom of page box on Simon Hoyt & Jane Stoodlie.
* John E Hoyt, (Author) is the 14th Generation Of Known English Roots

 

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Further Research Site

Library of Congress/gov Publication Lists & Resources

for Immigrants Arriving by Sail or Steam

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***NEW****

 

Latest Research Article from the "DFAW" on Mathias & Nicholas St. John/Sension Lineage of England,

may be of the Santken Lineage families of Antwerp in 1500-1600's...

 

250 ENGLISH SHIP's LISTS STARTING IN 1602-1638

*57 SHIPS LANDED IN AMERICA BEFORE THE MAYFLOWER FLEET on Nov. 11, 1620

Lost Colony of Roanoke (John White's 1587 trip with 150 passengers landing at Hatorask on July 22.)

HOYT's Listed in CT

http://www.rootsweb.com/~ctfairfi/stamford/hoyt_barbour.htm

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New Research

(according to Robin Bush's new Found Hoyt Surname Research (1995), of Thomas to Michael to Simon to Walter & Nicholas Hoyt, Hoyte, Hoit, Hight's in South Petherton/West Hatch, England, rather then HHH Books having them in Church of Upwey, Dorset Co., Dorchester, UK for the John Hoyt/e)--Click this Highlighted paragraph to -- View -- New Research Web Page.

AND NEW DNA Testing Results, support this view,  John Hoyt/e (0001) (b, 1610-1615), showing up in Salisbury-Amesbury, MA. &

Symon Hoyt/e (2601) (b. 1595-1600), landing in Salem-Charlestown, MA.- Windsor, CT; leaving Upwey, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, UK on Ship Abigail or The George, 1628-1629; are NOT related.    goto: Hoyt DNA Page to view all the Haight, Hite, Hight, & Hoyt DNA Evidence.

Simon Hoyte images from * HHH BOOK (2601) of 1871

(pg. 286), (pg.287), (pg.288), (pg.289), (pg.290), (pg.291), (pg.292)

 

*HHH Book = "The Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, & Hight Families of America, by David W. Hoyt, published by Providence Press, Boston, 1871"

'Our' Simon Hoyt/e Family Tree (2601)-(4322)

HHH Inside Cover David W HOYT1
HHH pg 286-287 Simon (2601)
HHH pg 296 Nicholas (2603) & Susanna Joyse
HHH pg 316 David (Dea & Lieut (2618)
HHH pg 328 Children of David (2618) & Mary Hoyt- pg 329 Benjamin Luiet) (2685)
HHH pg 352 Children of Benjamin (2685) Benjamin & Sarah Hoyt-Benjamin (2871)
HHH pg 389 Children of Benjamin (2871) & Patience (Smith) Hoyt
HHH pg 390 Timothy (3341)
HHH pg 452 Children of Timothy (3341) & Dolly (Olmsted) Hoyt-Jonathan (4322)

After * 1871 HHH Book Publication Family History:
Jonathan (John G) Isadora S. (Van Wie) Hoyt,
George G & Eliz. Adell (Gerould) Hoyt & Siblings
G. Marcus & Abbie (Rose) Hoyt & Siblings
Hugh P. & Katherine E. (Hoag) Hoyt & Siblings
Elizabeth I. (Hoyt) & Egbert.E. Fell & Siblings
Carrie M. (Hoyt) & William Dana Colegrove

 

* SIMON HOYTE's - FIRST MARRIAGE - CORRECTION

Note#1 -Bush found a marriage record at Marshwood, Dorset, of Simon Hoyt and Jane "Stoodlie" in 1617. Marshwood is not so far from West Hatch (about 10 miles) to negate the possibility that this couple had Walter and Nicholas, but Simon was otherwise in West Hatch. Marshwood records reveal only that there were Stoodley (variously spelled) baptisms in the early 17th century, indicating that Jane's family probably was established in the area when she was married. (14) John Stoodley was among the free tenants of Marshwood manor in 1626-41 and Walter Stoodleigh was a member of the homage jury for Whitchurch Hundred, near Marshwood, in 1626. Given the appearance of Walter among Simon's children, perhaps Walter Stoodleigh was Jane's father or brother.
Research by Robin Bush Web Page URL: http://dougsinclairsarchives.com/hoyt/shoyt.htm
Now link of web page at: simonhoyt.com/bush.htm


Note#2 -Go to Web Site for more information on the Stoodley family of Hawkchurch, Doset Co., UK at: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~legends/stoodley.html
if above web site is not available, please go to simonhoyt.com at: http://www.simonhoyt.com/Stoodley - Studley of Hawkchurch-Dorset-UK.htm John E. Hoyt

MARRIAGE: Married: 4 NOV 1617 in Marshwood (Bridport), Dorset, England 15
Married: BEF. 1618 in Marshwood, Dorset Co., England

MARRIAGE: Fritz Knapp, Descendants of Simon Hoyt:
Simon is also said to have had a first wife, Deborah Stowers, daughter of Walter Stowers. This has been proven to be in error and the first wife of Simon Hoyt is now proven to be "Jane Stoodlie ". [Hoyt's Issue, Spring 1997, :1358]. [see GMB, II:1032 for explanation
pertaining to second wife's maiden name, which is not "Smith".] Her maiden name remains undiscovered. The reference in early records to "the Smith" was reference to the village "Blacksmith" not to the maiden name of 2d wife, Susanna(h).

MARRIAGE: Early writings claim Ruth and Deborah as being children of Simon Hoyt. Without the Upwey dates previously claimed and found in error, there is no evidence to conclude that they were daughters of Simon Hoyt.

**NEW** Google Earth Map of Simon Hoyt/e (2601),

(*) Simon Hoyte's Ship - Correction

Simon came over on the ship: "Lyon's Whelp",

not the ship, "Abigail"

see below

 

The Lyon's Whelp left the Thames, Gravesend, England April 5, 1629 along with five other ships, George Bonaventure,

Four Sisters, Lyon, the Mayflower and the Talbot, arriving in Salem June 1629. --> Known Passengers:

Thomas Minor

http://www.tmsociety.org/

Another Web Page & Diary Account of Lt. Thomas Miner of the Lyons-Whelp & sister ships

AN EXCELLENT ACCOUNT of SIMON HOYT FAMILY

http://minerdescent.com/2010/10/27/simon-hoyt/#comment-19638

(Appears on the passenger list of The Lyon's Whelp, 1629 Listed as a Planter with the Winthrop Society)

 

Ralph Sprague

(Have information on Ralph Sprague, wife, children & 2 brothers. I live 3 towns away from Malden, Massachusetts & have a lot of hard copy material I'm willing to share. The family did come from England on the Lyon's Whelp. I have a hard copy of the passenger list from the ship & willing to share. Have 2 friends that are from the Bartlett family or connected the Barlett family in Plymouth that are related to 1 of Ralph's brother's. Willing to have them contact anyone to share information.)

Hugh (Tilley) Hillier

came to Salem, Mass., from Somersetshire, England on the ship Lions Whelp, which sailed from Gravesend April 25, 1629 with about 40 planters out of the counties of Dorset & Somerset. He arrived at Salem, Mass. in mid-July. Hugh came under the name of Hugh Tillie, bound for Salem. He moved from Salem to Yarmouth in 1639.

Symon Hoyte
MIGRATION: 1629 - SHIP: "Lyons Whelp" [Hoyt's Issue, Spring 1997:1358]

Simon HOYT/E of West Hatch, Somerset, to Charlestown, MA, on Lyons Whelp.

He moved to help settle towns of Dorchester and Scituate, MA, Windsor and Fairfield, CT, and finally Stamford, CT.

William Dodge

arrived 1629 on the Lyon’s Whelp to Salem.

http://rjohara.net/gen/immigrants/


Walter Palmer became very prominent in the affairs of Charlestown, holding public office and is listed among the first group of men who took the Oath of Freemen on May 18, 1631. The original list included, "Mr. Roger Conant, John Balche, Ralfe Sprage, Simon Hoyte, Rick: Sprage, Walt (Walter) Palmer, Abraham Palmer, Mr Rich: Saltonstall, Rich: Stower, Czekiell Richardson, Wm Cheesebrough. Walter was married for a second time to Rebecca Short of Roxbury on June 1, 1633. They were married in Roxbury Church, of which she was a member and Rev. John Eliot its Minister. She was one of the first members of his church upon her arrival in America in 1632. Roxbury was generally settled by the people from Essex and Hertfordshire under the leadership of the Rev. John Eliot who had been the Vicar of Nazeing. Reverend Eliot's records of the Roxbury First Church state: "Rebeckah Short, a maide srvant, she came in the yeare 1632 and was married to Walter Palmer a Godly man of Charlestown Church." Rebecca was to give birth to seven additional children giving Walter a total of twelve.

Lyon's Whelps Ship

http://homepages.which.net/%7Ej.wassell/whelps.htm

http://www.portlandyacht.com/lionswhelp/1629/Investigate.html


The Lion's Whelp of 1628 was built at the Duke of Buckingham's expense by William Castell of St. Saviour's, Southwark in 1628 and was used to prey on French shipping (with the proceeds going to the Duke's war-chest) before joining the rest of the English fleet for the final attempt to relieve the siege of La Rochelle. She was taken into the Royal Navy after the Duke was assassinated and in 1632 the Crown reimbursed his estate.

Lion's Whelp was a three-masted pinnace of about 140 tons, having one gun deck with a grating or flying deck over the waist and eight broadside gun ports. She was equipped with sweeps (3-man oars, like a galley) and was part of a line of auxiliary-oared warships running from Henry VIII's time to the "Galley Frigates" of Charles II's reign.

 

Mary Hoyt, Simon's Daughter, married Luke Hill.
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ct/ctstate/books/hill51.rtf
Banks (Ref. 28) lists Simon Hoyt (or Haight, or Hait, or Holt) as arriving on either the ship Lions Whelp from the English parish Upway bound for Charleston and Salem Mass, or the Abigail (1629) bound for Dorchester and Windsor, Conn. (ref. Historical Record of Putnam Co. NY).

http://www.stoningtonhistory.org/archiv4.htm A Good History of the Early Settlers of these towns.

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Simon Hoyt Migration - Mass. Bay Colony Map of 1766
Simon through Timothy Hoyt - Colony Map of 1776

(Click above thumbnails to view larger image) .

Puritans-pg-11, first, then Congregational, Baptists, Quakers, Shakers & Mormons.

(View HHH Book Intro of 1871: pg 9, pgs 10-11, pgs 12-13, pg 14)

 

SIMON HOYTE & FAMILY, SETTLING TOWNS of:

Charlestown, Watertown, Dorchester, Scituate, MA, Windsor, & Stamford, CT

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Early Settlers Map of Watertown

Cick above image to view Large Map

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Charlestown, MA

MA Early Vital Records - John Slaughter
(But, Most Vital Records are of the John Hoyt Branch, Salisbury, Amesbury)

History


Charlestown began as an independent community, founded by English colonists before they established Boston across the harbor on the Shawmut Peninsula. Severely damaged by fire following the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1775, the once thriving colonial town was rebuilt after the Revolution and became the center of transportation and maritime industry in the 19th century. Annexed to Boston in 1874, Charlestown today is noted for its exceptionally rich collection of historic houses and industrial buildings.
The Beginning of the Bay Colony

As the Massachusetts Bay Company prepared for its massive migration to New England, it dispatched engineer Thomas Graves* from England in 1629 to lay out a town for the settlers. Graves* was attracted by the narrow Mishawum Peninsula between the Charles and Mystic rivers, linked to the mainland at the present Sullivan Square. The area of earliest settlement, at Town Hill (now called City Square), still retains the elliptical street pattern that Thomas Graves* laid out.

http://www.charlestownonline.net/history.htm

* Note: Mr. Graves is mentioned in the Hoyt Book of 1871, on pg. 286 (Simon Hoyt page 1)

History of Dorchester, MA

http://www.hti.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/pageviewer-idx?c=moa;cc=moa;idno=ake5680.0001.001;q1=Dorchester%20antiquarian;frm=frameset;view=image;seq=34;page=root;size=s

 

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Goodman Hoyt - Scituate, MA (Simon Hoyt & Family)

Goodman Hoyt
Scituate Early Families 1623 - 1640 Family # 49

1st. Generation

Goodman Hoyt
b. ??
d. ??
m. ??
children: No record

Was in Scituate in 1631, also a freeman, had a lot on 3rd. Cliff and a house lot on Kent St. and a third lot on Greenfield Lane.
Traces of him disappear after 1636.

Reference: "History of Scituate" by Samuel Deane

Early Scituate, MA - Mid-1600's

 

Hoyt Book of 1871 - Simon Hoyt (2601)

Pages 286, Page 287, Page 288. Page 289, Page 290. Page 291, Page 292

Symeon Hayte & wife joined Scituate Church in, April 19, 1635.page 287 in Hoyt Book 1871.

Goodman Haite's house was built in that town between Sep. 1836 & Oct. 1836

http://www.scituatehistoricalsociety.org/families_home.html (List of First Settlers)

http://www.scituatehistoricalsociety.org/families/HoytGoodman.htm (Simon Hoyt)

 

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Early Windsor CT Settlers Map
Simon Hoyt/e Family lived in Windsor, Ct 1639-1646
from HHH BOOK (2601) of 1871 (pg. 286), (pg.287), (pg.288), (pg.289), (pg.290), (pg.291), (pg.292)

(Click above thumbnail image to view larger image)
Credt to the Phelps Family at: http://family.phelpsinc.com/geo/windsor.htm

ALSO, VIEW WINDSOR MAPQUEST & GOOGLE AERIAL OF 2006

 

Descendant Founders of Ancient Windsor Member #1369
Descendant Founders of Ancient Windsor - Certificate & Member #1369

To join and be a member of this special old Towne:

Contacts @: DFAW at link: http://www.societyct.org/windsor.php

Simon Hoyt/e came to America on the Abigail, (*Lyons Whelps), in 1628-29 and was in Stamford by 1649. He lived on the north side of East Street, which is now East Main Street. However, this section of Main Street no longer exists and is now occupied by the Landmark Square building complex and Stamford Town Center mall.
Simon Hoyt/e Lived in Stamford 1646-1657 till death

Early Stamford CT Settlers Map

Simon Hoyt/e in Center of above map
(Click above thumbnail image to view larger image)
Credit to: Stamford Historical Society;
http://www.ctgenweb.org/county/cofairfield/pages/stamford/settlers_page.htm

View, Mapquest of Stamford, CT, *Simon Hoyt Home & Hoyt St.

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JOHN SCOFIELD - CATHERINE HOYT HOME
- ARTICLE IN STAMFORD REAL ESTATE - AUG. 2006 -

Since I work in Stamford, CT (the Hoyts old stomping grounds), AND I happen to work for a real estate company, I noticed in our local paper here that one of your Hoyt ancestor's houses was up for sale. I've scanned in the article into three images for you. A very interesting writeup, indeed. Much family history is included, some of which you may not have (?)

Coutesy of Richard W. Buckley

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On BURIAL SPOT for SIMON HOYTE

From: Historian, Stamford Historical Society
To: John E Hoyt
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 4:01 PM
Subject: Re: Oldest Cemetery of 1600's
Mr. Hoyt: Unfortunately, there is only one known 17th century gravesite, for Rev. John Bishop.
There are no other known cemeteries or gravesite for early graves. Sorry we cannot be of help.
Grace Bounty

 

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HOYT FAMILY GATHERING 1866 PHOTO

(Click on thumbnail image to view a medium sized image)

Click Here to View Even Larger Image

Hoyt Family Gathering 1866 Stamford, CT - Congregational Church

Timothy Hoyt's Eldest Son, Nehemiah, & Sons, Daniel & Wife & his son, Stephen C. Hoyt & wife attended & possibly are in this 140 yr. old photo

Hoyt (HHH) Book of 1871, Hoyt Family Meeting, Roll Call olf Members, at pages 229-235

Credit from Stamford Historical Society
http://www.stamfordhistory.org/ph_0402.htm

 

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mich.edu

STAMFORD, FAIRFIELD CO, CT VITAL RECORDS

OF HOYTE, HOITE, HAITE, HAYTE, & HAIGHT'S - BARBOUR INDEX

http://www.rootsweb.com/~ctfairfi/stamford/hoyt_barbour.htm

Listed By Hayt, Hoyt, Hoight, Haight, Family Groups - Easier to fiqure out families.

http://rootsweb.com/~ctfairfi/stamford/hoyt_huntington.htm

 


(Click on above image to view larger image)

Hoyt-Barnum House post 1675,
after Simon, Samuel Hait, Hoyt

Credit to: Stamford Historical Society hbh.htm

 

 

Connecticutt Timeline

1614--Adriaen Block, representing the Dutch, sails up the Connecticut River.
1611-1630--AND ELSEWHERE IN HISTORY WORLDWIDE

1633--Dutch fort erected, the House of (Good) Hope, on the future site of Hartford. Plymouth Colony sends William Holmes to found a trading post at Windsor.
1634--Wethersfield founded by John Oldham and people from Massachusetts.
1635--Saybrook founded by John Winthrop, Jr. and fort erected by Lion Gardiner.
1636--Thomas Hooker and company journey from Newtown (Cambridge). Massachusetts to found Hartford.
1637--Pequot War.
1638--The New Haven Colony
1639--Fundamental Orders of Connecticut adopted by Freemen of Hartford, Wethersfield and Windsor; John Haynes chosen first Governor; George Fenwick second governor of Saybrook colony; Henry Whitfield helps establish the town of Guilford.

1643--Connecticut joins in forming the New England Confederation.
1644--Construction of the ”The Phantom Ship” authorized.
1646--New London founded by John Winthrop, Jr. (Ann Dudley Winthrop)
1650--Code of laws drawn up by Roger Ludlow and adopted by legislature.

1657--First iron works begun in New Haven (Branford).
1660--Regicides John Dixwell, William Goffe and Edward Whalley flee to New Haven

1755--Connecticut Gazette of New Haven, the Colony's first newspaper, printed by James Parker at New Haven; Nathan Hale born in Coventry.

1763--Brick State House erected on New Haven Green.
1764--Connecticut Courant, the oldest American newspaper in continuous existence to the present, launched at Hartford by Thomas Green.
1765--Sharp opposition to Stamp Act.
1766--Governor Thomas Fitch who refused to reject the Stamp Act defeated by William Pitkin.
1767--Thomas and Samuel Green launch newspaper which after many changes becomes New Haven Journal-Courier.
1769--Connecticut officially extends jurisdiction over Susquehanna Company area in Northern Pennsylvania.

1774--Silas Deane, Eliphiat Dyer, and Roger Sherman represent Connecticut at First Continental Congress.
1775--Several thousand militia rush to Massachusetts in "Lexington Alarm."

By our charter, the Lexington Alarm signals the end of colonial history for the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut

1775--Benedict Arnold, Fort Ticonderoga first gun powder mill, Bunker Hill

 

about the author - JOHN E. HOYT
 (or Go To:HOYT ANCESTRY WEBPAGE  for Viewing Family Tree Charts, Maps, Surname Lists, and other files)

 

****NEW****

(Revised to View or Download ..rtf format, or select "Adobe Acrobat" .pdf format to right 10-15-05)

VIEW The 12 Generations of the DESCENDANTS of Timothy Hoyt (3341) HOYT Families Tree (.pdf)

View The 12 Generations of Descendants from Benjamin Hoag (.pdf)

View The 12 Generations of Descendants-of-Gamaliel-James-Jerauld-Gerould (.pdf)

View The 11 Generations of Descendants from Peter Sperling, Sparling (.pdf)

View The 20 Generations of Descendants from Richard Olmstead (.pdf)

View The 20 Generations of Descendants from William ATTE Stone (.pdf)

Patriarchal Direct Descendants of Hoyts

VIEW The 19-20 Generations of the DESCENDANTS of John to Thomas
to Michael to Simon (2601) HOYT, Hoyte, Hoit, Hayte, Haight, Hight Families Tree.htm

Version (.rtf) & (.pdf) 09-03-2010

 (1 - 30 Pages) (goto: Edit Tab; then Highlight & Click on 'Find'; to locate yourself, & others in this 'Hoyt' descendant pages)

* Supplanted names of John or possibly Thomas to fill in generational gap in Genealogical History from the Patriarch, 1st known John Hoyt, the Baker at Curry Rivel, in Somersetshire, England, on Record at Doctors Common, London, England.

(Source from HHH Book of 1871 at pg. 275.

  View some Photo's of the Town Where some of the
England Hoyt's might have walked and lived:

<   South Petherton, UK (Click on: Village Photos to Left at website)(Simon Hoyt 2601-HHH Book)      
< City Index of Southsomerset Co., UK (Click on: West Hatch (Walter, Thomas, Michael, & Simon Hoyte of 2601-HHH Book)
Upway/Upwey, Dorsetshire, UK (Goes to my England.html web page) (John Hoyt (0001-HHH Book)
OUR 'SIMON HOYT' BRANCH
MIGRATION from ASIA-MIDDLE EAST-N.AFRICA-EUROPE-SPAIN
to ENGLAND & to AMERICA to CT, NY, MI, OH, WA
 & OTHER STATES

(1. List of Hoyt Names & Dates & Where they live/d)
(2. Map of what HoytNames whom lived where in CT-NY-MI-OH-WA-CA)
(3. Timeline Table #1- Imigration in MI & to Other States)
(4.NEW Hoyt US Map & Hoyt World Migration Map & Possible Routes & Theories

Jane Stoodley m. Simon Hoyt/e Connection to the Hawkchurch, Dorset, UK - Stoodley's
Go to Link above & Read insert at bottom of Page
(If above link does not work - Click Here for my own sites page on above item)

HOYT DNA
  NEWS FLASH- Recent DNA test results of the John Hoyt lineage and the Simon Hoyt Lineage
of the HHH Book by David W. Webster of 1871, are NOT RELATED
--> (more tests to be done, read below, or go to HOYT-DNA PAGE)

LOOKING FOR TIMOTHY HOYT & SIMON HOYT/E DESCENDANTS FOR HOYT-HITE's TO CONTRIBUTE DNA FOR GROUP STUDIES
(Please e-mail John Hoyt and/or Dan Warton
if you are interested in being a part of a conntinued Study Group)


We are also Looking for ENGLAND -UK - HOYT, HOYTE, HOIT, HOITE, HAYT, HAYTE Family members to contribute to this study.

LOOKING FOR TIMOTHY HOYT & SIMON HOYT DESCENDANTS for HOYT's to CONTRIBUTE THEIR OWN STORIES of WHERE YOU WERE, AND WHAT YOUR THOUGHT's WERE, DURING THE TERRORIST ATTACK of 9-11-2001.
This will be a legacy for future generations to learn & study of; How Historical Events can effect 'Our Families'.
(Please e-mail John Hoyt )
(This was a life changing and affected all Americans, of the current generations,
and will be remembered as Pearl Harbor, of 12-07-1941,
was for many & most all American,s when they were ushered into the WWII era.)

 

Hoyt Heraldic or Coat of Arms information:

(Click onto below Coat-of-Arms, to View Description of these Hoyt Coat-of-Arms)

Hoyt Crest 01     Hoyt Crest 02     Von-Hoyt Crest 03

Page 1              Page 2           Page 3             Page 4

 

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1086 DOOMESDAY BOOK DESCRIPTION,

SOMERSETSHIRE COUNTY, UK

Britian's First Tax Rolls Document

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CURRY RIVEL - ( In the Church of Curry Rivel ia half a hide, a Preist holds...)

ORIGINAL BOOK PAGE (.pdf) , TRANSLATION OF BOOK PAGE (.pdf)

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SEAVINGTON-ST. MARY - (XLVII - The Land of the King's Thegns)

( a mill is mentioned )

ORIGINAL BOOK PAGE (.pdf) , TRANSLATION OF BOOK PAGE (.pdf)

 

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OTHER LINKS FOR RESEARCH

MA Early Vital Records - John Slaughter

MA Early Vital Records - Index "H"

(But, Most Vital Records are of the John Hoyt Branch, Salisbury, Amesbury)

On BURIAL SPOT for SIMON HOYTE

From: Historian, Stamford Historical Society
To: John E Hoyt
Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 4:01 PM
Subject: Re: Oldest Cemetery of 1600's
Mr. Hoyt: Unfortunately, there is only one known 17th century gravesite, for Rev. John Bishop.
There are no other known cemeteries or gravesite for early graves. Sorry we cannot be of help.
Grace Bounty

(See the Pioneer Memorial image picture, at top of Page.)

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Descendant Founders of Ancient Windsor Member #1369
Descendant Founders of Ancient Windsor - Certificate & Member #1369

To join and be a member of this special old Towne:

Contacts @: DFAW at link: http://www.societyct.org/windsor.php

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JOHN E HOYT


 

   

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